During Dampier's first voyage (1679-1691, a circumnavigation), a Mosquito (or Miskito) Indian named William was marooned on Juan Fernández Island. He was later rescued by Dampier. This occured about 25 years before Alexander Selkirk's rescue from the same island.
The Mosquito come from the coast of present-day Nicaragua and Honduras, an area that was a British protectorate from 1655 to 1860.
Alexander Hogg was a publisher active in London from 1778 to 1824. He worked under the sign of the Kings Arms on Paternoster Row. He is especially known for publishing architectural and historical prints, as well as maps.